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7/13/2010 00:46 AM EDT
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Gladdy2010
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Gladdy2010   7/16/2010 10:38:22 PM
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Wow! We haven't even found a way to fully utilize 3D in large format, and already they are offering mobile solutions... Did anyone see the large format touch screen with 3D that LG showed at SID? It just seems like we're trying to force 3D where it doesn't quite belong. If you're more interested in touch or 3D, go here: www.HorizonDisplay.com

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Robotics Developer   7/13/2010 12:33:02 PM
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I would love to see and experience the new 3D mobile displays! It could have a significant impact on gaming (portable or otherwise) and be an aid to remote control of piloted devices.

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rick merritt   7/13/2010 1:45:01 AM
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When do you think flexible displays will be ready for prime time?

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